The Large Hadron Collider will embark on a third run to uncover more cosmic secrets

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CERN lights up the Large Hadron Collider for Run 3, a four year continuous run after its second long shutdown in 2018.

.With the Higgs boson already in the bag, the Large Hadron Collider begins another period of data collection

What’s happening at the Hadron Collider? After planned maintenance and upgrades, the LHC was turned back on in April and is now up to full speed, meaning proton collisions can take place again.